Al Murooj Rotana Dubai once again strengthened its reputation as a multi-awarded luxury property as it was successfully declared as Middle East’s Leading City Hotel at the World Travel Awards 2015 held recently.
The renowned hotel, which is known as a unique business and luxury hotel in a resort setting ideally located in the heart of Dubai, stood out amongst hundreds of other five star properties not only in the UAE but across the region and won the important accolade. Showcasing its excellent facilities complemented by exceptional guest service, Al Murooj Rotana won the votes of industry experts and qualified executives working within travel and tourism and the consumer travel buyers from all over the world.
One of the most established and sought-after awards in the international hospitality industry, “World Travel Awards supports, promotes and develops the global travel and tourism industry by identifying and rewarding excellence and inspiring its practitioners to continually raise the standards of their product and service offering. Each year, WTA runs and governs a comprehensive programme across a range of awards developed to recognize the industry’s most vital sectors and product offerings, where awards are presented across three tiers – country, regional and world awards.”
Commenting in this highly important recognition, Hussein Hachem, Cluster General Manager of Al Bustan Rotana Dubai and Al Murooj Rotana Dubai remarked, “We are indeed very proud of this recognition! Being declared as Middle East’s Leading City Hotel by the World Travel Awards is an immense honour for us. It is not the first time we have won at WTA, but each recognition further motivates us to provide nothing but the best to all our guests and to ensure they have a treasured time with us. I am very pleased to share this with my amazing team at Al Murooj Rotana Dubai, to our business partners and of course to all our guests. It is yet another manifestation of our strong passion for the industry and we look forward to securing more international awards in the future.”